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Sopheap Chak · February, 2010

Sopheap Chak is the Program Director of the Cambodian Center for Human Rights and is one of Cambodia’s leading human rights bloggers. She mobilizes young activists around the country in civic engagement through the Cambodian Youth Network for Change.

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Latest posts by Sopheap Chak from February, 2010

Cambodia: Valentine's Day Sparks Controversy

Valentine's Day was first celebrated in Cambodia in 2000. It is now a popular event in the country, especially among the youth. The government, with the help of some bloggers,...

Cambodia: Mixed Views on Freedom of Expression

GV author Sopheap Chak writes about the human rights situation in Cambodia focusing on the state of freedom of expression in the country.

Japan: Snow Candle Sparking Hope for Haiti

Over 100 international students of the International University of Japan joined together to build a snow ball in lighting the candle of hope for Haitians who have been suffering from...

Cambodia: Reviewing the anti-corruption law

Bloggers react to the proposed anti-corruption law in Cambodia. They also suggest ways on how to combat corruption in society

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